Kylie Jenner Shows Off the Butterfly-Themed Décor in Daughter Stormi's Nursery

Andrea Park
Architectural Digest

After countless fan theories were proved wrong when Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott chose not to name their newborn daughter after their mutual affection for butterflies, it seems that the new parents have nonetheless passed on this love of the majestic insect to their one-month-old daughter, Stormi Webster. On Monday, Jenner gave her Snapchat followers a quick glimpse into her baby's nursery, showing off the calming space she's set aside for Stormi in her Hidden Hills, California, home. The photo features a huge light-pink heart dotted with small butterflies mounted on a pale blue-gray wall. Placed on the floor nearby is a toddler-sized toy mouse filled with pink and blue gum balls and emblazoned with "B@BY." At the bottom of the photo, where the edge of a fluffy white carpet is visible, Jenner wrote, "I love her room."

The 20-year-old previously gave fans a peek into Stormi's wing of the house in the 11-minute mini-documentary she posted in early February, shortly after giving birth, to introduce her daughter (and finally confirm her pregnancy) to the world. In that video, entitled "To Our Daughter," Jenner was shown receiving a pair of baby-sized Nikes from best friend Jordyn Woods, then adding them to a whole wall display of teeny shoes, next to which a rack of stylish pink baby outfits stood.

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Jenner reportedly took care of designing the nursery and baby-proofing her main Hidden Hills residence—she owns and has flipped several other nearby properties—long before Stormi's February 1 arrival. In early January, several outlets reported that Jenner had already eliminated as many sharp edges as possible in her home. One insider added, "The nursery is done. She's a go-getter like her mother [Kris Jenner]. No way she waited long to set that up!"

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